Synsets for "able"

Synset: able.a.01

Synonyms: able

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: (usually followed by `to') having the necessary means or skill or know-how or authority to do something

Examples: able to swim | she was able to program her computer | we were at last able to buy a car | able to get a grant for the project

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Synset: able.s.02

Synonyms: able

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: have the skills and qualifications to do things well

Examples: able teachers | a capable administrator | children as young as 14 can be extremely capable and dependable

Lemmas: able capable

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Synset: able.s.03

Synonyms: able

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: having inherent physical or mental ability or capacity

Examples: able to learn | human beings are able to walk on two feet | Superman is able to leap tall buildings

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Synset: able.s.04

Synonyms: able

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: having a strong healthy body

Examples: an able seaman | every able-bodied young man served in the army

Lemmas: able able-bodied

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Able Muse Able Muse Press is a sister organization of "Able Muse", founded in 2010 by Alexander Pepple, who is also the press’ editor and publisher. This was at about the same time the print edition of "Able Muse" was launched.
Able seaman Time served in certain training programs and school ships may be substituted for the time of service listed above. Special certificates of service are available for "able seaman, Great Lakes—18 months service"; "able seaman, any waters—12 months"; "able seaman, tugs and towboats—any waters"; "able seaman, bays and sounds—12 months, vessels 500 gross tons or less not carrying passengers"; and "able seaman, seagoing barges—12 months".
Able UK As of 2014 Able UK is also promoting and planning two sites in the north of Lincolnshire, near the banks of the Humber estuary. The "ABLE Humber Port" consists of "ABLE Logistics Park" is a logistic park of nearly , with an adjacent port development "ABLE Marine Energy Park" of over with nearly of quay on the banks of the Humber estuary. ABLE Logistics Park received planning permission in 2013. ABLE Marine Energy Park received local planning permission in 2013, and sought a Development Consent Order in 2014; a planning decision was delayed due to objections from ABP, which were judicially rejected in 2015.
Able v. United States Lieutenant Colonel Jane Able, "et al." v. United States of America, "et al.', is a case from the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit that upheld the Don't ask, don't tell (DADT) (10 USC 654) law against various constitutional challenges." "88 F.3d 1280 (2nd Cir. 1996) ('"Able I"') 155 F.3d 628 (2nd Cir. 1998) ('"Able II"") "Both "Able I "and "Able II "overruled district court decisions striking down DADT as unconstitutional.
Able UK In 2000 Able acquired a fabrication facility in Middlesbrough (formerly "Davy Offshore Modules", later "SLP Engineering", and "Odebrecht".) renaming it "ABLE Middlesbrough Port".
Lingua Franca Nova Other suffixes include -able (-able), -isme (-ism), and -iste (-ist).
Atlas-Able The Atlas-Able was a three-and-a-half-stage rocket, with a stage-and-a-half Atlas missile as the first stage, an Able second stage, and an Altair third stage. The first Atlas-Able used an Atlas C as the first stage, but this exploded during a static fire test on 24 September 1959.
Able (rocket stage) To save weight Aerojet used an aluminum tube for the engine thrust chamber. The engine used on Vanguard was an AJ10-37. On later Able models rockets the AJ10-41 and AJ10-42 engines were used. Aerojet made 21 Able rocket stage for use on rockets. Vanguard project launched 11 of the Able stages, three were able to put satellites into orbit: Vanguard 1, Vanguard 2 and Vanguard 3. Able rocket stage and the Vanguard project were an important part of the space race between the USA and Soviet union. While the Able rocket stage ended in 1960, the AJ10 engines used in the Able rocket stage continue to be used on later rockets and are still in use.
Able seaman Some notable able seamen from the merchant service include:
Able (surname) Able is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Able seaman Able seamen require advanced training, including lifeboatman certification.
Nassau Inter-County Express The Able-Ride paratransit fare is $3.75, payable in Able-Ride tickets or exact fare.
Able One In the season of 2009-2010, Able One win the HKG2 Chairman's Trophy, and he then followed up in the Champions Mile. Able One also is one of the nominees of Hong Kong Horse of the Year.
Able Team As time passed, Able Team began to handle domestic situations inside the United States, leaving Phoenix Force to deal with crises overseas, although there have been some missions where Able Team had to go overseas.
Able Muse Able Muse is a literary journal founded in San Jose, California, in 1999 by Alexander Pepple. "Able Muse" started as an online journal (), winter 1999, publishing poems, short stories, essays, book reviews, art and photography from authors worldwide.
Able Muse The "Able Muse"’s editorial board of acclaimed poets and writers includes X. J. Kennedy, A.E. Stallings, Rachel Hadas, and Deborah Warren. "Able Muse" has been edited, since its inception by Alexander Pepple.
Able UK In 1995 Able acquired the land of the closed Thorpe Marsh Power Station. In 1996 Able acquired the dock at Graythorp, renaming it the TERRC ("Teesside Environmental Reclamation and Recycling Centre") together with the nearby Seaton Meadows landfill site.
Able Muse "Able Muse" includes the sister organizations of Eratosphere, an online workshop forum for poetry, fiction and art; and Able Muse Press, a small press that publishes poetry and fiction collections by established and emerging authors.
Conservation (psychology) Research has also examined whether non-human primates are able to conserve. Chimpanzees are able to make judgements on whether two quantities of liquid are the same or different, and they are able to conserve correctly when liquids are transformed based on inferences. They are also able to correctly conserve for solid quantities, but they are not able to complete conservation of number tasks. Orangutans are able to differentiate between same and different quantities of liquid but they are only able to pseudoconserve, similar to children in the second stage of conservation development, and ultimately fail to correctly complete conservation of liquid tasks (see Age of conservation ability).
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